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Old 06-08-2019, 01:17 PM   #1
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Please help ID distribution block

Hello all- in a bit of a pickle here. I am a certified Prevost tech, and manage a fleet, but Winnebago is new to me and I know nothing about them.

I recently got handed the keys to do some repairs on a 2002 Winnie Adventurer WFG35U. It had some severe accident damage to the front end. I have started the accident repair-but now I have electrical problems to solve before closing it all up.

Currently turn signals are non-functional, but illuminate when brakes are stepped on. I went to chase the fault and found a relay that melted in a power dist block. Drivers side, outer wall. I am including a couple pictures of the distribution block. I havenít been able to locate it at all in diagrams. It has a chime that plugs into it at the top.

Can anyone help me identify the block, what it actually does, who installed it workhorse of Winnebago? A source to replace it would have me dancing in the streets.

Thank you!

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Old 06-08-2019, 02:40 PM   #2
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Those yellow wires are individually tagged with unique ID codes printed on them. If you can read the codes of a few, you can look them up.

Here's the Wiring Identification Guide.
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Old 06-08-2019, 02:50 PM   #3
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2002 Adventurer/Suncruiser G35U Wiring Diagram Book
Front End Wiring Installation
See Sheet 2, Zone A-4, View BF-BF

Workhorse "Courtesy Center" (a fuse block)
Installed by Workhorse (that is, "chassis-supplied")

Don't know where you could get a replacement.

1) A motorhome scrap yard (Colaw, Visone) probably could pull one out of a Workhorse 18K or 22K chassis of similar vintage.
2) Contact UltraRV Products (link here)
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